Martin A. Miranda is a Senior Counsel in the Albany office of Tully Rinckey PLLC. Martin focuses his practice on civil litigation with particular emphasis in business, labor and employment matters. Martin has a clear understanding of the litigation process and comprehensive experience in commercial disputes relating to domestic and international financial and accounting issues. In his labor and employment practice, Martin represents clients with respect to corporate governance, privacy and data security, whistleblower allegations, employee compensation and the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Martin also has extensive experience handling sensitive regulatory and disciplinary investigations involving allegations of workplace misconduct on behalf of public companies, insurance companies, financial institutions, pension funds and non-profit institutions.
Martin was previously an associate at a local Albany law firm handling a broad range of litigation pertaining to breach of contract, shareholder disputes, employee misconduct, civil rights violations and personal injuries. Prior to moving to the Capital Region, Martin also spent several years working at multiple international law firms located in New York and abroad, where he represented clients with complex commercial litigation, internal investigations, regulatory enforcement and compliance in the financial sector. Martin’s representations included regulatory inquiries, enforcement actions and economic sanctions with the following agencies: the DOJ, SEC, OCC, FDIC and CFPB. While working in New York City, Martin also offered free legal advice to low-income families seeking assistance in Kings County and Queens County Family Courts.
Martin received his law degree from Fordham University School of Law, where he was a member of the Fordham International Law Journal and International Commercial Arbitration Moot. Martin earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley, with a concentration in political sociology. Martin is an outdoor enthusiast and enjoys exploring the Adirondacks with his family.
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